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Geneva motor show 2011: A-Z preview and review

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Welcome to CAR Online's coverage of the 2011 Geneva motor show, the world's most exciting auto show. The CAR team will be reporting live from the Palexpo arena in Switzerland for the 81st Geneva auto show on Tuesday 1 March 2011 – and this is your handy guide with our previews to all the Geneva new cars and launches. We'll update the page with every new announcement, and on press day there will be the CAR Live Blog, along with reviews, news, video, photos and galleries of all the important new car launches at the 2011 Geneva motor show.

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